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‘The point where it all comes together’: Greg Lake opens up about his all-time favorite Emerson Lake and Palmer album

‘The point where it all comes together’: Greg Lake opens up about his all-time favorite Emerson Lake and Palmer album

This Lake-produced project remains ELP’s best-ever charting U.S. release.

‘It wasn’t ELP anymore’: Greg Lake on a one-off experiment called Emerson Lake and Powell

‘It wasn’t ELP anymore’: Greg Lake on a one-off experiment called Emerson Lake and Powell

There came a point in the 1980s when E and L chose not to wait for the original P.

‘I don’t really think I can do this’: Carl Palmer on the difficult decision to join Emerson Lake and Palmer

‘I don’t really think I can do this’: Carl Palmer on the difficult decision to join Emerson Lake and Palmer

His name is right there in the title. But Carl Palmer wasn’t so sure about this at first.

‘It opened up the possibilities’: Getting that first Moog wasn’t easy for Emerson Lake and Palmer

‘It opened up the possibilities’: Getting that first Moog wasn’t easy for Emerson Lake and Palmer

Keith Emerson initially contacted the Moog company, asking for a free one in exchange for an ELP endorsement. They had a stern reply.

‘He was rather disappointed with me’: Retirement has split friendships in Emerson Lake and Palmer

‘He was rather disappointed with me’: Retirement has split friendships in Emerson Lake and Palmer

Carl Palmer says he hasn’t spoken to one of his bandmates in the wake of Emerson Lake and Palmer’s retirement. It was the drummer, after a long-awaited 2010 reunion, who put an end to things.

‘I’ve reached my 70th year’: Keith Emerson ponders retirement, dimming hopes for an ELP reunion

‘I’ve reached my 70th year’: Keith Emerson ponders retirement, dimming hopes for an ELP reunion

Forget an Emerson Lake and Palmer reunion. Is this actually the last we’re going to see of Keith Emerson — period? The legendary progger is hinting at a retirement from the stage

‘It just proved to be so unwieldy’: Greg Lake on Emerson Lake and Palmer’s budget-busting 1977 orchestral tour

‘It just proved to be so unwieldy’: Greg Lake on Emerson Lake and Palmer’s budget-busting 1977 orchestral tour

Greg Lake can pinpoint the exact moment when he understood that Emerson Lake and Palmer’s outsized decision to tour 1977′s Works with a full orchestra was going to bankrupt the band.

Carl Palmer – Decade: Celebration the Music of Emerson Lake and Palmer (2014)

Carl Palmer – Decade: Celebration the Music of Emerson Lake and Palmer (2014)

The concert featured in this newly released film took place in the year after what looks to be the final appearance of Emerson Lake and Palmer. Still, it’s clear that Carl Palmer had much more to add, as Decade — over the course of 12 tracks captured live on October 16, 2011 — reexamines, reshapes and ultimately reenergizes the ELPRead More

‘I thought it was a little petty’: Carl Palmer opens up on Emerson Lake and Powell

‘I thought it was a little petty’: Carl Palmer opens up on Emerson Lake and Powell

Carl Palmer is still stung bit over the time ELP reformed in the mid-1980s, except with Cozy Powell drumming alongside Keith Emerson and Greg Lake. When Emerson Lake and Powell, featuring the single “Touch and Go,” arrived in June 1986, Palmer had been working with Asia

‘I’m so pleased with where we went’: Emerson Lake and Palmer’s Brain Salad Surgery cover still intrigues

‘I’m so pleased with where we went’: Emerson Lake and Palmer’s Brain Salad Surgery cover still intrigues

When artist H.R. Giger was commissioned to provide cover art for Emerson Lake and Palmer’s 1973 studio effort Brain Salad Surgery, he was a few years away from winning an Oscar for visual effects work on the film Alien. In fact, the surrealist from Sweden was largely unknown outside of some art circles.